Honorariums & Memorials

Mar 8, 2017 | Get Involved

Honor your family and loved ones with a special gift from the heart. Your generous contribution will help families in need of a safe, affordable place to call home and will help them build strength, stability and self-reliance in their own lives. This kind of gift is priceless to families in need of decent homes and will continue to have an impact in their lives for years to come.

  • Honorariums can be made to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, retirements, graduations, holidays, or anytime that you want that person to know that they are special.
  • Memorial gifts are a thoughtful way to remember someone who during their life did so much for the people around them.  Carrying on that legacy is truly a meaningful gift.

 Your honor or memorial gift will be acknowledged as you see fit.  A personalized thank you will be sent to the honoree or the family of the person being memorialized.  The amount given will not be shared.

Gifts can be made online or by sending your contribution to:

Habitat for Humanity of Catawba Valley
PO Box 9475
Hickory, NC 28603

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